Tarek Zayed mostly deals with Operations research, Data collection, Construction management, Civil engineering and Project management. Tarek Zayed integrates Operations research with Productivity in his research. The Construction management study combines topics in areas such as Order and Industrial organization.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Predictive modelling, Municipal engineers, Pipeline transport and Process in addition to Civil engineering. His research integrates issues of Construction engineering, Analytic hierarchy process and Decision support system in his study of Project management. Tarek Zayed focuses mostly in the field of Pile, narrowing it down to matters related to Maintainability and, in some cases, Operations management.
His main research concerns Pipeline transport, Operations research, Civil engineering, Process and Condition assessment. His Pipeline transport research also works with subjects such as
His Civil engineering research incorporates elements of Construction engineering, Municipal engineers and Data collection. In his study, Tarek Zayed carries out multidisciplinary Process and Productivity research. Within one scientific family, Tarek Zayed focuses on topics pertaining to Operations management under Analytic hierarchy process, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Decision support system.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pipeline transport, Construction engineering, Risk analysis, Bridge and Reliability engineering. His studies in Pipeline transport integrate themes in fields like Water supply, Systems engineering and Petroleum engineering. His work in Water supply addresses subjects such as Environmental economics, which are connected to disciplines such as Asset management.
His study on Bridge is covered under Structural engineering. His research in Reliability engineering tackles topics such as Fuzzy logic which are related to areas like Process. His work deals with themes such as Ranking, Analytic network process, Measure and Operations research, which intersect with Process.
Pipeline transport, Risk analysis, Ground-penetrating radar, Structural engineering and Genetic algorithm are his primary areas of study. Tarek Zayed combines subjects such as Multi-objective optimization, Scheduling and Serviceability with his study of Pipeline transport. He interconnects Building inspection and Efficient energy use in the investigation of issues within Risk analysis.
His Structural engineering research integrates issues from Radar and Visualization. His Genetic algorithm research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stochastic modelling, Markov process, Particle swarm optimization and Reliability engineering, Downtime. His study connects Process and Fuzzy logic.
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Assessing risk and uncertainty inherent in Chinese highway projects using AHP
Tarek Zayed;Mohamed Amer;Jiayin Pan.
International Journal of Project Management (2008)
Condition Rating Model for Underground Infrastructure Sustainable Water Mains
Hassan Al-Barqawi;Tarek Zayed.
Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities (2006)
Infrastructure Condition Prediction Models for Sustainable Sewer Pipelines
Fazal Chughtai;Tarek Zayed.
Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities (2008)
Prototype Model for Build-Operate-Transfer Risk Assessment
Tarek M. Zayed;Luh-Maan Chang.
Journal of Management in Engineering (2002)
Infrastructure Management : Integrated AHP/ANN Model to Evaluate Municipal Water Mains' Performance
Hassan Al-Barqawi;Tarek Zayed.
Journal of Infrastructure Systems (2008)
Hierarchical Fuzzy Expert System for Risk of Failure of Water Mains
Hussam Fares;Tarek Zayed.
Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice (2010)
SIMULATION OF CONCRETE BATCH PLANT PRODUCTION
Tarek M. Zayed;Daniel Halpin.
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management-asce (2001)
Artificial neural network models for predicting condition of offshore oil and gas pipelines
Mohammed S. El-Abbasy;Ahmed Senouci;Tarek Zayed;Farid Mirahadi.
Automation in Construction (2014)
Pile construction productivity assessment
Tarek M. Zayed;Tarek M. Zayed;Daniel W. Halpin;Daniel W. Halpin.
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management-asce (2005)
Prediction Models for Annual Break Rates of Water Mains
Yanfu Wang;Tarek Zayed;Osama Moselhi.
Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities (2009)
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